Cheap Hotels in Ryde
Near Ryde Harbour
Opposite Ryde Pier on the Isle of Wight, this Victorian guest house has beautiful sea views and is a few metres from Western Beach. All bedrooms have an en suite shower room, a TV with Freeview and a complimentary welcome tea/coffee tray. Seahaven House is a 5-minute walk from the ferry/hovercraft and catamaran foot passenger services. Bars, restaurants, pubs and shops of Ryde are just a 200-metre walk from Seahaven House.
Near Ryde Harbour
Near Ryde Beach
This majestic Victorian manor sits on Ryde seafront overlooking the marina. It features bright, elegant rooms with free Wi-Fi and hearty, traditional cuisine in its restaurant. Ryde Castle is only 2 minutes’ walk from the hovercraft and catamaran services that link the Isle of Wight to Portsmouth and Southsea. Newport is a 20-minute drive from the hotel. All rooms at Ryde Castle are traditionally furnished with a flat-screen TV, tea and coffee-making facilities and a private bathroom. Some rooms offer views of the sea. You can enjoy a meal or drink in the restaurant, or on the bar's patio area. Free parking is available on site.
Near Quarr Abbey
In a popular part of Ryde, on the Isle of Wight, Yelf's Hotel is a former coaching inn with a restaurant, close to the hovercraft and ferry services to Portsmouth and Southsea. Yelf's Hotel is one of the oldest coaching inns on the Isle Of Wight. There is a comfortable bar and lounge area with a conservatory and patio. Some guest rooms are situated in Bromley House which is opposite the main hotel building. Newport and Cowes are both a 15-minute drive from Ryde, and Yelf's is a few minutes from the sea.
Abingdon Lodge Hotel
Lakeside Park Hotel & Spa Hotel
Near Woodside Beach
Hotels in Ryde
Tucked away on the Isle of White, Ryde is a buzzing tourist destination with an award-winning beach, gorgeous, scenic coastal walks on the doorstep and lively entertainment spots.
A popular tourist resort since the 19th century, Ryde on the Isle of White is a gorgeous little seaside town with lots of intriguing places to explore within easy reach.
One of the main attractions of the town is the long pier stretching across the beach and sand dunes. It's one of the oldest in the UK, and it's lined with fun places to visit from arcades to cafés.
Places to see
You should definitely make time to see Quarr Abbey during your stay. This stunning building is still a working monastery and you can pop in, stroll through the picturesque gardens and take in the impressive historic houses while you're there.
Sharon Orchard is another great place for a fun afternoon and a spot of afternoon tea. And if you'd like to sample some local wines go to Rosemary Vineyard.
To really soak up the atmosphere of the town, the best place to go has to be Ryde Harbour. This buzzing part of Ryde is packed with entertainment spots and eateries, and it's the best place to pick up some fresh fish and chips.
Places to eat and stay
There are lots of lovely, laid-back places to dine and stay in Ryde. To give you a bit of a taster, Blaze Café Bar is a great bistro, you can eat seafood at the Three Buoys, and the indulgent Chocolate Apothecary is a charming café.
When it comes to checking out Ryde hotels, look for somewhere traditional and cosy like the Lakeside Park Hotel & Spa, Appley Manor Hotel or the Hotel Ryde Castle, and you'll be sure to have a memorable trip.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Ryde
What are the most booked hotels in Ryde?According to our booking data, the most booked hotels in Ryde are Seahaven House and Yelf's Hotel.
What is the lowest price for a double room in Ryde?The lowest price for a double room in Ryde is £39.
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